Our Heat Stress e-Learn tool has been re-launched after being updated to align with our Management of Heat Stress Guideline. Both are designed to increase heat stress awareness and provide guidance on an approach to implementing heat mitigation measures that should be put in place to manage the risks to personnel exposed to heat, with the Guideline specifically written for the frontline workforce in mind.

Following feedback from member companies Australia-wide, key improvements to the original Guideline & e-Learn tool have been made, and now include the addition of: 

  • Controls listed (now taking into consideration the Hierarchy of Controls),
  • Inclusion of updated heat acclimatisation steps,
  • Inclusion of heat stress symptoms, and 
  • The initial actions required for mitigating heat stress.


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Now approved for deployment Australia-wide, the Heat Stress e-Learn tool has been updated in line with the latest Guideline.  The e-Learn tool is available for all members to distribute within their company and is also available for our members to download and embed into your company’s Learning Management System (LMS).  
Updated materials and implementation guides are available to support immediate deployment of the e-Learn tool.


Now approved for deployment Australia-wide, the Management of Heat Stress Guideline promotes an effective and consistent approach across our industry to preventing and mitigating heat stress for the entire operator, contractor, and sub-contracting workforce.
Updated materials are available on our website to support the immediate deployment of the Guideline.

If you would like to hear how one of our members has used the Heat Stress Guideline you can
Click for a Case Study from Origin Energy.

For any questions regarding implementation of the Management of Heat Stress Guideline or feedback on the materials, email:  [email protected].